Bottom paint for trailered boats

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When it comes to selecting bottom paint, boat owners have many choices. We recently caught up with a few regional experts on the Chesapeake Bay who shared some important information to help you prepare your boat for splash day and find the bottom paint that's right for you. Two types of paint commonly used in our region are ablative and modified epoxy, also called hard paint.

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Placing most of your attention on the paint above the waterline will make your boat look beautiful, but it's more important to pay attention to what's going on below the waterline. Fouling organisms such as shells, weeds, and slime can harm the structural integrity of your boat hull, which can lead to more expensive repairs down the road. Excessive marine growth on the bottom of your boat can also increase your fuel bill because the engine has to work harder to move the boat through the water.

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You just want to get in, get out, and get on with painting your boat. What happened to the good old days of slapping on some tar with a paint brush and calling it a day? Welcome to the convoluted and at times highly controversial world of boat bottom paint!

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Discussion in ' Boating Discussion ' started by drewMay 8, Messages: Likes Received: 0. Hello All, Any recommendation on what I should do with the bottom of my boat?

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TotalBoat JD Select single-season ablative water-based antifouling bottom paint. Low VOCs, Pettit Vivid is an antifouling boat bottom paint that is specially formulated to have both super

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Many people have asked me if it is really necessary to paint the bottom of boats used exclusively in freshwater. The answer is simple; if you leave it in the water for the season, yes, paint it. Your boat may not accumulate barnacles, but boats left in freshwater can grow a healthy beard of plant and algae slime.

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Most of the time this boat is on the trailer, but increasingly she is staying in saltwater for a week or two at a time in NJ and FL. But I think 4 weeks will be pushing it and putting 3 coats of this "wax" on multiple times a year is not ideal. I would be interested in any feedback and suggestions from folks that have painted bottoms that mostly trailer. What paint works well and how often do you need to repaint?

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Typically when people discuss bottom paint on a boat they are referring to Antifouling paint. Bottom paint prevents growth of organisms that attach to the hull and can affect a vessels speed, performance, and durability when boat is kept in the water for extended periods of time. Antifouling bottom paint typically has a flat, dull finish that is used below the waterline. A boat bottom with antifouling will need to have it removed via sanding, sandblasting or bottom paint remover before a different type of paint will adhere.

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